@meekmill ...BINGO! and just like most ignorant 'Slaves' you feel entitled because of your ignorance and a lack of knowledge. Once you REALIZE the chains ya'll exchange is symbolic to bondage during 'Slavrey" you idiots will sober the fuk up! . Noone forced your simple minded ass to sign it! Ignorance is NO EXCUSE of the law. The real issue is once again your uneducated a$$ and the rest got played and now ya salty!! Lack of knowledge and patience has caused your simple ass to get caught up! Thought that money move was because they fuk with you??? No, they fuk with you. #isiselitistbleu#heirtothethrone#goddess#deity # #dummy#pawn#stfu#musicmoney#djs#producer#artist#hiphop#meekmill#labels
We have all of the knowledge here to help you with making sure you buy authentic handbags! Here are 3 tips for authenticating #louisvuitton bags: . . ✨ 1. Louis Vuitton stamping Features to pay attention to: • The tail on the L is very short. • The O's are very round and look bigger than the L. • The T's are almost touching each other or are so close that it looks like it. • Lettering should be thin to somewhat thin, clear and very crisp. • Study the general font used and how it is aligned. *There are rare exceptions to the above rules.* . . ✨ 2. Hardware In general most counterfeit Louis Vuitton’s will have very poor quality hardware. Noticing how clean and precise letting on the hardware is will be a giveaway for fakes. . . ✨ 3. Datecode All Louis Vuitton bags before the early 1980s did not come with a datecode, but most bags still in circulation will have a datecode. The datecodes provide the date and place of manufacturer of the bag. Datecodes are located on a piece of leather on the inside of the bag or on the side near a seam inside the bag. They can sometimes be difficult to find. Unless the datecode has been rubbed down or the bag is very vintage, it should always be there. Fake bags oftentimes do not have datecodes.